Bostonian Fauna

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

[sorry if you felt like you took a beating with my post yesterday. it was for educational purposes only.]


Today's final installment about our trip to Boston will highlight the plants and pot arrangements I noticed all around the city. Most of the buildings and parks had already done their fall plant arrangements, and they were beautiful!

Have you ever seen such stunning hostas? I had no idea they got so HUGE and lovely in New England...


Adorable pot with cabbage, mums (?) and trailing ivy.


More cabbage filler and pretty pansies:


Yall know my love for croton:


Have you ever?


[sorry, please ignore the weird lady taking the phone pictures of plants...]

Tiny bit of croton nestled in with some mums:


Charming sunflowers at the Farmers Market on Copley Square, across from our hotel:


Mums, purple fountain grass, and cabbage:


Since my new-ish love for plants developed, one of my favorite parts of traveling is noticing the different varieties that grow in different parts of the country. This trip was no exception!

2 comments:

  1. me like boston plants

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  2. I love the pot with cabbage and ivy! And I'd like to learn a few things from you in this area sometime :)

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